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How to support transformation from on-premise products to SaaS? Position paper for future research . / Yrjönkoski, Teppo.

Proceedings of International Workshop on Software- intensive Business: Start-ups, Ecosystems and Platforms (SiBW 2018). CEUR-WS, 2018. p. 144-157 (CEUR-WS; Vol. 2035).

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Harvard

Yrjönkoski, T 2018, How to support transformation from on-premise products to SaaS? Position paper for future research . in Proceedings of International Workshop on Software- intensive Business: Start-ups, Ecosystems and Platforms (SiBW 2018). CEUR-WS, vol. 2035, CEUR-WS, pp. 144-157, International Workshop on Software-intensive Business, Espoo, Finland, 3/12/18.

APA

Yrjönkoski, T. (2018). How to support transformation from on-premise products to SaaS? Position paper for future research . In Proceedings of International Workshop on Software- intensive Business: Start-ups, Ecosystems and Platforms (SiBW 2018) (pp. 144-157). (CEUR-WS; Vol. 2035). CEUR-WS.

Vancouver

Yrjönkoski T. How to support transformation from on-premise products to SaaS? Position paper for future research . In Proceedings of International Workshop on Software- intensive Business: Start-ups, Ecosystems and Platforms (SiBW 2018). CEUR-WS. 2018. p. 144-157. (CEUR-WS).

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Yrjönkoski, Teppo. / How to support transformation from on-premise products to SaaS? Position paper for future research . Proceedings of International Workshop on Software- intensive Business: Start-ups, Ecosystems and Platforms (SiBW 2018). CEUR-WS, 2018. pp. 144-157 (CEUR-WS).

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